It's about 4 inches down from armrest level. Sorry -- didn't see this before. This forum has been very informative by the way. Once you find it, the reset process takes 30 seconds. Can't say for sure where it is exactly in the Altima, but on my Pathy, it was directly below the power window switch console. Over all the video is meant to open your mind to the possibilities of paying for technical service bulletins as a fast efficient way to fix cars.
The reset switch is under the power window switch assembly. I don't see any sort of button. Brand new and durable replacement for your defective Window Switch at low price is available here. All I had to do was pop it out and bingo. It's late here now, but tomorrow morning I'll go out and pop off the switch bank on the passenger side and have a look. It is 100 percent factory-tested to ensure efficient switching operation.
In this example video I talk about my Sisters Nissan Altima but this also applies to other Nissan products. The switch itself is a little deceiving. I can repeat this scenario forever by pulling the switch up again. It took me about 15 seconds total and worked first try. It's a small black push button, just behind the clear in my truck anyway plastic door liner.
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Just go ahead and call the phone number at the top of the page and a friendly specialist will help you out. Just got around to fixing my window tonight, and it took me all of 2 minutes after I found the reset switch. Shortly after, you will receive price quotes directly from the sellers that stock the Power Window Switch. In fact it almost looks like a black screw head. Just had a quick look and the reset button is exactly where it should be, under the switch bank assembly passenger side.
Or is there one on the passenger side? Easy to access if there is one on the passenger side? Use a long, wide, flat head screwdriver to pop the switch bank. I think we all should go into a partnership and make a reasonably priced Nissan dealership Buzzman wrote:Just got around to fixing my window tonight, and it took me all of 2 minutes after I found the reset switch. Learn more about fixing old cars on. Turns out I didn't have to remove any door panels. Your right about not having to take the door panel off.
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Thanks in advance for any help. No information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Turns out I didn't have to remove any door panels. Has anyone seen this problem, and is it easy to fix? It's not actually a switch. I missed it the first time because that is what I thought it was.
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